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2015 Google/Udacity Android Developer Nanodegree Course – Get a chance to go to Googleplex, USA

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 Application Deadline: June 8th 2015

Learn to develop for Android and transform your career outlook! This Nanodegree will provide a guided, efficient path for an intermediate developer with little or no experience on mobile platforms to emerge as an Android Developer.

By the end of the Nanodegree, you’ll have a diverse portfolio of projects to show employers, and will even publish your own app on the Google Play Store as part of the Capstone project.

This is an Intermediate Nanodegree: Entering students are expected to have prior experience building applications (web or mobile) in Java or another object-oriented programming language.

The NanoDegree

A Nanodegree is a new type of curriculum and credential, designed to prepare you for a career in technology.

It is built with industry so you can master skills that employers seek in an Android Developers.

It is project-based: after taking online courses, you’ll complete several projects, supported by our community of Coaches and students, to practice and show off your skills.

It’s flexible: study on your own time and take only the courses you need to ace projects!

It’s career-focused: you’ll improve your resume and online presence (LinkedIn, GitHub, project portfolio), prepare for interviews and attend workshops.

Requirement:

Programming Experience

This is not a “Zero to Hero” program. Entering students are expected to have prior experience building applications (web or mobile) in Java or another object-oriented programming language.

You should have at least 1-2 years of experience in Java or another object-oriented programming language prior to enrolling.

If you have no prior programming experience, we recommend you take our Android Development for Beginners course, also built with Google.

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Dedication and Mindset

In addition to 1-2 years of prior programming experience and intermediate technical skills, students are expected to demonstrate the following characteristics:

 

  • Resourcefulness: Ability to search for and find solutions in documentation, backed by the belief that all problems in code are discoverable;
  • Grit: Ability to work through challenges and persevere when code breaks and tests fail.
  • Growth Mindset: Belief that intelligence is NOT a fixed entity, and can be boosted by hard work in the process of learning and practice.

 

How it works

  • Enroll before June 8, 2015
  • Graduate after May 6, 2015 and within 12 months of your start date without canceling

Why Take the Nano Degree Course:

With over 1 billion Android devices already activated, Android represents an incredible opportunity for developers. As Android continues to grow beyond smartphones, it will become the brains behind invisible, ubiquitous cloud-connected computing.

The skills you learn in this Nanodegree will help you master the existing platform, and prepare you for the exciting opportunities in Android’s future.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Udacity Google Android Developer NanoDegree Course

 

 

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